October 12, 2009 - Issue 429
Oliver, NCAA Settle Former Oklahoma State University baseball player Andrew Oliver has settled his case against the NCAA for $750,000. This means the NCAA's current rules governing the use of advisors in contract negotiations remain in place. Read the full story...
AD Charged In Court This former California high school athletic director and boys’ basketball coach is currently on trial, facing felony charges of unwanted sexual advances on a minor. Read the full story...
Back On The Team The University of Oregon’s decision to allow LeGarrette Blount back on the football team if he meets certain academic and behavioral guidelines is getting mixed reviews. Blount punched a Boise State player in the jaw following an Oregon loss the first week in September. Read the full story...
More Recruiting Calls? A Pacific-10 Conference proposal that will be voted on at the 2010 NCAA Convention in January would ease rules regarding coaches’ phone calls to recruits. Read the full story...
Insurance Disparities In South Carolina, some school districts require athletes to have medical insurance and some don’t. Here’s a look at the policies at five different districts—from who’s covered to who’s paying. Read the full story...
Scoring With Soccer Attendance You may not think of women’s soccer as a huge draw for spectators, but a few college teams have seen their attendance numbers skyrocket and are drawing thousands to their home venues this fall. Read the full story...
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Carolina Green Corp. specializes in turnkey design, construction and renovation of native soil, modified soil, sand-based, and artificial turf sports fields.
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USC Accident Reviewed Strength coaches talk about safety in the weightroom in light of the crushed neck and larynx sustained by University of Southern California running back Stafon Johnson last week when a weight fell on him. Read the full story...
Wrestler Sues Over Injuries A wrestler at this Missouri high school is suing the district after he was injured in an MMA-style fight in the school’s wrestling room. Practice had been canceled for that afternoon. Read the full story...
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The new Hammy Series models are like traditional Stromgren 75-percent nylon/25-percent Lycra compression shorts, but with a neoprene liner in the back of each leg.
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Synthetic Surfaces Inc. is an adhesive company that specializes in one-part curing urethanes for installing synthetic turf, wood floors, and sport and recreational surfaces.
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Helping unleash the possibilities of synthetic turf systems.
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Personnel Department The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has announced its new Executive Director … Florida A&M Athletic Director resigns … Nevada’s Cary Groth gets contract extension … Musings on the next NCAA President. Read the full story...
Former AD Files Suit Former Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Athletic Director Brian Teter is suing the college’s president, alleging he was wrongfully fired after an NCAA rules violation investigation last summer. Read the full story...
Shifting Gears In today’s performance training landscape, speed enhancement is a common goal. However, to get the most out of their speed, athletes must also learn how to put on the brakes. Read the full story...